The second season of the the series aired between 1994 and 1995. It had 20 episodes, all narrated by Denny Doherty.
Theodore's Whistle - Embarrassed when a visiting ship calls his whistle "cute," Theodore tries so hard to sound like the other boats that soon he can't whistle at all. Queen Stephanie helps him learn to appreciate his own unique sound.
George's Ghost - George loudly tells everyone he doesn't believe in ghosts—then spots what he thinks is a ghost ship.
Theodore Changes Sides - George's invitation to sleep over on the side of the dock with the ocean-going tugs has Theodore feeling a little too important for his old friends.
Night Shift - Theodore and Hank volunteer for the night shift and discover how different—and scary—things can look in the dark.
Whale of a Tug - A young whale named Walter wanders into the Big Harbour, and he and the tugs learn a lot about each others' lives.
The Tugboat Pledge - Emily is chosen to create a "Tugboat Pledge" and learns the importance of taking others' needs and feelings into account.
Emergency - George meets a ship who can't talk and wishes he'd paid more attention to his signal-flag lessons.
The Cold Snap - When he must choose between following orders and helping a ship in need, Theodore learns that even the Dispatcher makes mistakes.
Hank and the Hug - The tugs are not having much luck raising Hank's sinking spirits, until Theodore realizes that what Hank needs is a gentle "tug hug."